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Securities Fraud Class Action

Thomas Goldstein, Supreme Court practitioner and founder of SCOTUS blog, will deliver the luncheon keynote address at this year’s Institute for Investor Protection Conference, “The New Landscape of Securities Fraud Class Actions.” Continuing Legal Education credit is available.  

Exploring Issues of School Discipline

Elissa Johnson (MSW ’11, JD ’11), a staff attorney at the Southern Poverty Law Center and former Civitas ChildLaw Fellow, was among the distinguished speakers to participate in the recent symposium “Discipline in Schools: Moving Beyond Zero Tolerance” hosted by the Children’s Legal Rights Journal.  

Public Interest Convocation

Lawyer and best-selling author, Scott Turow, provided remarks this year at Loyola’s Public Interest Law Convocation for first-year students. Loyola law alumna Julie Harcum Brennan (MSW ’03, JD ’03) was honored with Loyola’s Outstanding Public Interest Award.   LEARN MORE

International Legal Careers

Lara Elborno (JD ’12), a trainee attorney in International Arbitration at the Paris office of Winston & Strawn LLP, offers advice on landing an international legal career.

2014-15 Corboy Fellows

The Philip H. Corboy Fellowship Program in Trial Advocacy provides intensive training in trial advocacy to ten students who are chosen annually as Corboy Fellows.

New Book Published

Professor Larry Singer, Megan Bess, and Kristin Finn, have published a new book, Careers in Health Law, which discusses the development of health law, and where to find jobs in this growing area of law.   VISIT

Excellence in Teaching

Clinical Professor of Law Anita Weinberg, director of Loyola’s ChildLaw Policy Institute, was awarded the prestigious Ignatius Loyola Award for Excellence in Teaching at Loyola University Chicago’s Faculty Convocation held on September 14.

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